Margot Robbie Shines At The London Premiere Of "Babylon

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Margot Robbie Shines At The London Premiere Of "Babylon

The film "Babylon" is a crime drama, and it tells the story of a police officer in Los Angeles who becomes embroiled in a web of corruption and crime. The cast also includes Olivia Wilde, Tobey Maguire, and Brad Pitt.

Critics have praised the film for its sharp writing and strong performances, with Robbie's portrayal of her character being singled out for particular praise.

She delivers a powerful and nuanced performance as a cop who finds herself caught in the middle of a web of corruption and crime. In addition to her role in "Babylon", Robbie is also set to star in the highly-anticipated film "Barbie" in which she plays the iconic doll.

Fans are eagerly awaiting the release of the film and are excited to see Robbie's transformation into the beloved character. Despite the initial embarrassment she felt while filming, Robbie is excited to share the final product with audiences.

Overall, the London premiere of "Babylon" was a star-studded event, with Margot Robbie, Brad Pitt, and the rest of the cast all looking stunning on the red carpet. The film is set to be released in theaters later this year and is sure to be a hit with audiences.

Margot Robbie Discusses Provocative Scenes in 'Babylon'

Actress Margot Robbie recently participated in a conversation with her colleague Carey Mulligan for "Variety" and discussed the "crazy and wild" scenes in Damien Chazelle's new film "Babylon".

Mulligan described the opening scene as an "incredibly lewd, crazy and wild party" where "a lot of people are wearing very little or no clothing". Robbie agreed, adding that the first shots of the film are practically an "orgy party" that "kind of turns into an orgy".

Robbie went on to express her uncertainty about some of the scenes in the film, saying "There were so many scenes where I was like, a) I have no idea how I’m going to do that, and b) are we going to get away with this?" When Mulligan mentioned that she had watched the film with her mother, Robbie jokingly suggested that "Everyone should see Babylon with their parents.

It won’t be awkward at all."

Her kiss with Pitt in the film “wasn’t in the script”

and she improvised the moment. Robbie said: “I thought, ‘When else am I gonna get the chance to kiss Brad Pitt?’ I’m just going to go for it.

I said, ‘Damien, I think Nellie would just go up and kiss Jack. And Damien was like, ‘Well, she could – wait, hold on. You just wanna kiss Brad Pitt,’” she said. “And I was like, ‘Oh, so sue me.

This opportunity might never come up again.’ And he was like, ‘It does work for the character,’ and I was like, ‘I think so.’” Margot Robbie was nominated for the Golden Globe for her role in "Babylon" in the category of best actress in a musical or comedy, and the film will fight for the prestigious award in four other categories: best musical or comedy, best actor (Diego Calva), supporting male role (Brad Pitt) and Best Music (Justin Hurwitz).

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